Active IQ Unified Manager Discussions
I found lots of interesting information in this forum. I sincerely thank all participants for their assistance to the community. We have a problem for which I did not find all the necessary information. We need to integrate an existing volume in a dataset. The volume has been created manually before storage system integration in OCUM. This volume contains about 180 qtrees with quota. We created a dataset with adequate provisioning policy. We added the volume to the dataset.
We increased the number of qtree volume in general options "dfm options set maxQtreesPerVolume = 200" and in options of the dataset "dfpm dataset set <dataset> maxQtreesPerVolume = 300".
Despite these options, OCUM creates a new volume when we ask for provisioning a new space. We want to continue to create new spaces (qtrees) in the existing volume. How is it possible to force OCUM to use the existing volume instead of creating a new one ?
Many thanks for your help.
You cannot provision a new qtree in a volume that was imported into a dataset but not provisioned by Provisioning Manager.
There is a request for enhancement on this, but not been addressed for the time I know of.
Message was edited by: Adaikkappan Arumugam
Many thanks for your reply.
I suppose that you mean "You cannot provision a new qtree in a volume that was imported into a dataset and not provisioned by Provisioning Manager."
Do you have any information about next version of UM for DOT 7-mode ?
I understood that UM 6 does not support 7-mode; therefore this lets suppose that there will be no more enhancement on UM for 7-mode….
I hope that I misunderstood ! ! !
Sorry for the confusion. Yes you are right. I meant Cannot and not can. The next version, OCUM 5.2.1 is under development.
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